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Hello,When I had multiple systems under my desk, three years back I played with RH, and SUSe. When I had the time I played and learned a little. I always wanted to make a switch from windows but have never taken the leap. I now only own one computer and it's a Dell Inspiron Laptop. I played with Topogilinux for a while, it boots from a CD and places a directory in windows. My concern is that my laptop is used for business and I can't afford to play on it. Is there a stable version of Linux that I can load on a laptop with little setup difficulties?Thanks,Linux NewbieChristopher

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In my search for more information I came across this site http://www.linux-laptop.net/. It seems like a fantastic resource.
Yes you found thew site yourself: http://www.linux-laptop.net/ ! Was I to slow or were you just quicker than me ?? ;)inform: Welcome to the 'All Things Linux' part of the forum ! Need any help ? Just let us know ! :D BrunoPS: have a look at VectorLinux SoHo: http://www.vectorlinux.com/index.htm it's supposed to have losts of office software.
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I have been reading reviews of different Distros Wow I never knew how many there were. I surmise it would be best for me to stick with a well known distro like RH. However, is there one more suited or geared towards laptop installations.Thanks,Christopher

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